leisure trippers, exploiting the Klongtoey neighbourhood's historic roots in trade and entertainment. Heading west onto High Street, the area's pedestrian-only shopping and dining artery, look for places like Red Kimono (Japanese Hosseins Persian Kebabs (a Manila stalwart, with a terrific upstairs outlet and a sheesha hubble-bubble bar near P Burgos too as well as a swish Gilak. The glass-fronted lobby, with its double height ceiling is welcoming of light and perky, with a distracting collection of oddities, like a gramophone, a typewriter, a yellow cycle rickshaw, and a vintage TV sculpture that does a wacky leaning tower impersonation. A brief but convoluted stroll from the BTS Skytrain, this hyper modern, 407-room address is aimed at relatively young, well-heeled leisure and business travellers. Underscoring BGC's importance, by early 2016, an additional Shangri-La was in operation, with a Grand Hyatt (due fourth quarter 2016), Ascott long-stay residences, and boutique property Cocoon part of the mix. The effect is playful and homey rather than corporate or cookie-cutter. The hotel offers a small pool, a fitness centre and a spa.
This is a fresh face in a unique location. The hotel has cheerfully reinvented itself a few times and outlets have come and gone in mysterious succession. I would expect to have a traditional Kenyan or re Response from MMetaxas, General Manager at DusitD2 NairobiResponded yesterday Dear Valued Guest, Thank you for choosing to stay with us and sharing your valued feedback.
A few books leaning on a mantlepiece complete the home-away-from-home illusion. It was a mega-hotel-in-hotel choice with large conference facilities. Elsewhere in the hotel there's the popular lobby-level Diplomat Bar where live jazz and throaty singing might liven up an evening, Kosara for Japanese sushi and teppanyaki, [email protected] for innovative menus and aromatic buffets and the neo-classical Liu for a mix of Cantonese, spicy Szechuan. Not far from Phrom Pong BTS and Emporium shopping mall on Soi 24 is the new 'casual hospitality' Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit (1 December, 2017) with 222 keys (including suites). There is a stop near the Dusit. Bathrooms are well lit and welcoming, with rain showers. Meanwhile back in town at 479 Yaowaraj in Chinatown you'll stumble upon the charming Shanghai Mansion (formerly Shanghai Inn) run by the trendy Burasari group. For business or pleasure theres a spa, kids club, infinity pool, conference facilities and free WiFi in public areas. Need a different pillow? Forget that siesta get happy instead.
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